AN Adapter / PCV / Rocker Cover

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  1. TallCool1

    TallCool1 Gold Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member Nat'l Hellcat Tech Advisor HCC Charter Member

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    Rick if u have a Hellcat to play with will you check to see if your valve cover adapter for the 5.7, 6.1 etc will thread into the cylinder head cover where the pcv attaches? I think it might. The pcv unscrews and it appears from memory the threads look same as what your adapter would normally do. If not I'll try to measure the threads shoot you a note and see if you have something that will. Thanks man.
     
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    Rick@Metco I'll have the pcv thread size to you tomorrow can you tell me what the mount side thread specs for this

    Valve Cover Adapter, AN Valve Cover Adapters: Metco Motorsports

    I'm hopeful that or one of the other screw in types can be used where the pcv mounts so I can go AN end to to end with my evac setup in the works and I'm replacing and relocating the pcv. thanks man.
     
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    Rick@Metco Gold Member Hellcat Supporting Vendor

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    I'll check...
     
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    Is that pcv Chinese name on it or does it have mopar name image.png what numbers is on pcv you pulled out?
     
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    Nycsrt Still in car they ordered wrong one dammit. I'll be measuring threads for rick tonight and look then. Won't matter for me it's pos, and I've ordered my replacement it's outta there and proceed as I dscussed on other thread.
     
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    so the threads on the cap should be the mating threads.....
     
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    You guys rock make some good shieet why don't ya look at plastic fitting like a y or t connection that are plastic on a few hoses hellcat bay one I believe is going to heater core and other for supercharger ...back in the day caprice used same fitting they used crack and cause cars to over heat and be stuck and these cars are generally making crazy heat which takes away from life span
     
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    Rick@Metco any progress? We're you able to get a the correct PCV + mount? Any idea on time lines / availability?

    Thank you.
     
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    Rick@Metco Gold Member Hellcat Supporting Vendor

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    We have not yet looked at this, but as the winter months approach we hope to have some time for this project.
    I can say that incorporating a check valve or any kind of separator into a new 10AN adapter will be problematic. These adapters are machined from a single piece of billet, and adding components will make it necessary that there be multiple pieces.
    Of course, I will update here promptly with any developments.
     
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    Thanks the check valve there was a bad idea turns out.

    Hey you had a AN adapter for the oil cap for earlier gen hemi engines (I thought) any plans to do that for the new cars as well?
     

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